Blogs, Tweets, Pins and Podcasts – why you should make a curation map

I have a serious case of DCSD (Digital Content Stress Disorder).

I fear that the web is not making me smarter. It’s distressing my synapses and dumbing me down. Not because the content is junk but because there is too much good stuff. Amazing material at my finger tips – TED talks, zeitgeisty blogs, beautiful pins and seriously meaty journal articles.

Like a kid on a post-party sugar high, I’m over-stimulated, feral and I need to have a nap.

Last week I wanted to learn more about ethnography. Since I write instructions for ethnographers and other qualitative researchers, I need to keep tabs on current practices and emerging trends.

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